This was Phish’s second and final show at the Macauley Theater. The show was not listed in the June/July 93 Phish Update. Tickets were $17.50. This soundcheck featured the 1st known performance of Revolution (Lennon/McCartney cover) and an electric Ginseng Sullivan plus some lighthearted work on Phish’s 1st known rendition of Say You Love Me (Fleetwood Mac cover), which the band joked could become the new Henrietta Theme. The Introduction, delivered by an unknown emcee (possibly Pete Schall), consisted of a warning that “Phish will start in five minutes.” Trey sang the verses of Fee through his megaphone. Mike teaseed Foam during Caravan and Stash. Trey’s narration during Fly Famous Mockingbird was based on going “Outside In” to get to Gamehendge. Mockingbird included band chanting of “You are nothing, You are everything” which Fish peppered into his testimony during Chalk Dust Torture. An experimental Tweezer included teases of Cocaine, a reggae jam, lots of dynamic exploration and The Simpsons secret language. Sweet Adeline, Ginseng Sullivan, Nellie Kane and Free Bird were performed without microphones or amplification. Ginseng Sullivan and Nellie Kane were played by Trey on acoustic guitar, Mike on upright bass, Page on vocals, and Fish on his Madonna washboard.